Diagnostic Imaging Program

The diagnostic imaging department provides a variety of diagnostic exams for inpatients, emergency patients and outpatients including x-ray, ultrasound, mammography, CT Scans and Bone Densitometry.  The department completes almost 40,000 exams yearly.

To book an appointment for a CT or Ultrasound, please call: (705) 435-3377 ext. 5133  CT & Ultrasound Fax line: (705) 434-5111

To book an appointment for Mammography or Bone Mineral Densitometry, please call: (705) 435-3377 ext. 1298
Mammography & Bone Mineral Densitometry
Fax line: 705-434-5126.


*NEW: We are now accepting eRefferals from primary care through OCEAN eReferral! 
Click here for more information. If you are a primary care provider and want to sign up for OCEAN eReferral, please complete the online quick form or contact eRefferal@ehealthce.ca 

For physicians/clinicians: Requisition Forms

CT Requisition Form     CT Requisition Form (fillable)
X-ray Requisition Form
Routine Ultrasound Requisition Form
Mammography Requisition Form
Bone Mineral Density Requisition Form

PocketHealth - Access Your Diagnostic Images Online

PocketHealth now offers Stevenson Memorial patients and their families access to their medical imaging records online. To enrol, patients can visit www.pocket.health/STEVENSON. Once patients enrol for access they can view their entire available medical imaging history from Stevenson Memorial Hospital, share imaging instantly with any physician or even burn their own CD/USB from home. 

There are two options as payment plans:

Unlimited - $4.08 monthly ($49 billed annually)
Get everything in FLEX and save up to 60%. Securely store and share personal health records, including vaccine receipts and lab results. 

FLEX - $10 monthly
Access, share and store imaging records from unlimited providers for you and up to 4 family members. 

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Information for patients

Contrast Materials Information

Diagnostic Imaging services at SMH include:

Computed Tomography

A computed tomography , also known as a C.T. scan or a CAT scan, creates a series of images that reveal conditions not detectable with conventional X-rays. A beam of radiation is set on the studied patient and moves around the body, creating multiple cross sectional images. The patients must lie still to ensure the accuracy of the study.  C.T. scans are performed by Medical Radiation Technologists who have specific training in C.T. scanning.

Patient Information Sheet: CT

General X-Ray

X-ray procedures are performed at SMH in support of patient care, diagnoses, and treatment plans. We cannot guarantee walk-in services at this time. If coming to SMH for an X-Ray, please call Registration first to ensure walk-in services are available: (705) 435-3377 ext. 0. No appointment is necessary for general X-Ray services. 



Ultrasound examinations include general, breast, obstetrical, ultrasound guided breast biopsies and venous Doppler. There are two ultrasound machines that were provided through community generosity.

Ontario Breast Screening Program

The Ontario Breast Screening Program (OBSP) is a part of Cancer Care Ontario. It provides mammography services for women who are 50 years of age or older for breast screening.

Women Eligible for Screening in the OBSP:

  • Ontario resident

  • 50 years of age and over

  • No acute breast symptoms

  • No personal history of breast cancer

  • No breast implants

Women over 50 years may self-refer to the OBSP and book an appointment by calling: (705) 435-3377 ext. 1298.

Diagnostic Mammography

A mammogram is a radiograph (X-ray) of the breast and is free-of-charge for women in Ontario. Diagnostic mammography is done on a patient who does not meet the criteria listed above for OBSP.

In order to book an appointment for a mammogram, a referral from your physician is required. An appointment can be made by calling the Imaging booking desk at extension 1298.

Patient Information Sheet: Mammography

Mammography technician



Stevenson conducts approximately 2,500 examinations yearly. This includes  1,800 exams that were conducted through the very successful, accredited Ontario Breast Screening Program, which began in 1999.

Learn more about breast screening.

Bone Densitometry

A bone mineral densitometry is the diagnostic process that uses a low dose X-ray instrument in order to measure the bone mineral content. This identifies those patients who have osteoporosis. Treatment may be needed in order to prevent fractures.

Patient Information Sheet: Bone Densitometry

In order to book an appointment for a Bone Densitometry examination, a referral is required from your physician. Please book an appointment by calling extension 1298.

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